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“Sorry To Bother You” is the Film that Working Class America Needed

Aug 13, 2018 - Comments: 0
"Cash" Green works as a telemarketer throughout the film. (photo/file)

One of the staples of American culture is consuming mass media. Listing off all the ways we are exposed to mass media sounds like a twisted dystopian Forrest Gump quote:

“We got mass media on the radio, mass media on our phones, mass media on our televisions, on our computers, on the big screen … we got mass media gumbo, mass media scampi…”

Conquering spring semester

Apr 11, 2018 - Comments: 0
The Inn at Ohio Northern (Photo/Cody Clark)

In High School, the last five weeks of school were a godsend. The weather becomes warmer, school gets easier and class is almost over. In comparison, those five weeks at Ohio Northern are the most stressful.

The wind blows harder than ever, due dates and final paper deadlines pile up and class is almost over. Being a college student means being prepared for these weeks though. That is why I'm here to give you 10 tips and tricks to survive the end of spring semester.

I call it “Karlyn’s Declassified School Survival Guide.”

ABC’s 'The Good Doctor' addresses stigmas around autism in the workplace

Mar 22, 2018 - Comments: 0

Dr. Shaun Murphy, played by Freddie Highmore, is a surgical fellow with autism and savant syndrome who must navigate through his residency in ABC’s "The Good Doctor."

A peek into an Orwellian world

Mar 13, 2018 - Comments: 0
Sophomore Jake Scholl reads a copy of Orwell's "1984," which is available at the Heterick Library (photo/Alex Dyke)

“1984” has been an influential novel ever since it was first published in 1949 by George Orwell. When I first discovered this book, I found a worn copy of it in my high school library’s discard pile where they gave away worn out books they no longer circulate for free. Since then, I’ve read it three times.

“1984” is often placed on school banned books lists.

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